Wow this is amazing! I have some shrimp and will use that method.
Hi,I just want to share how I finally got rid of Vorticella on my red cherry shrimp tank.
So in almost a month, may shrimp tank is infested with vorticella, I have found various articles on the internet regarding vorticella treatment and I ended up trying 3 of them. First was using salt. Ineffective. Second was using Indian Almond Leaves as it was said it to have anti fungal and anti bacterial properties. Ineffective. Third was using API Pimafix. Works on first outbreak. The second time I had vorticella, it didn't work anymore. Yes, I had a second outbreak weeks after I got rid of vorticella using API Pimafix.
Here I will be sharing a short treatment with lasting permanent effect. It is by using Hydrogen Peroxide in your tank. I refer to the following article for my dosage and method.
H202 In The Shrimp Tank – MARKSSHRIMPTANKS.COM
I can guarantee the effectiveness of this method and how cheap this treatment is. In just an hour, vorticella retracted (like what happens when you touch them) then they just completely melted away. Unlike the past few treatments I followed, the hydrogen peroxide treatment was the fastest and probably do your tank more good than just getting rid of vorticella. I wished I have seen that article sooner.